Teens Shot Deαd At Braintree High School, Suspect At Large: Grief Counselors Available

BRAINTREE, Massachusetts As they continue their hunt for the suspect, police spent Monday watching the Braintree area where two teenagers were ki!!ed over the weekend.

Following the deαth of two teens, including a 16-year-old Braintree High School student, school administrators provide grief counsellors for pupils during the break.

The district attorney reported that Jahzier Porter, 16, of Braintree, and Jayden Santos-Andrade, 19, of Dorchester, were shot to deαth in a car on Alfred Road in Braintree early Sunday morning. Investigators are searching for the sh00ter or sh00ters responsible for the teen victims.

“We have detectives in the field from Braintree and State Police trying to gather evidence of what happened and who may have been involved,” said Michael Morrisey, the district attorney for Norfolk.

Teens Shot Dead At Braintree High School, Suspect At Large Grief Counselors Available

The district attorney (DA) believes these victims were targeted, and there may be other suspects, but until this case is resolved, many neighbours will be alarmed.

“It’s sad, it’s scary, I’m not gonna lie it’s scary,” Brenda, who resides close to the crime scene, stated.

Numerous 911 calls from nearby homes reporting shots fired on Alfred Road were made to police at about 1:30 a.m. on Sunday.

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The two teenagers were found shot when police arrived in a car, according to the district attorney. The third passenger in the automobile escaped harm.

According to the district attorney, Porter and Santos-Andrade were transported by ambulance to a nearby hospital, eventually passing away.

“It’s awful, 16 and 19, gosh, life was just beginning, they were on a journey, and look in a blink of an eye, gone,” stated Brenda.

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On Monday, Braintree Schools Superintendent James Lee said that counsellors at Porter’s former school, Braintree High School, are on hand for any kids who might require support.

“Although school is not currently in session, any student or family in need of assistance should contact the Braintree Public Schools to be put in touch with a counselor for support,” Lee stated.

“While the details of the incident remain the subject of an active police investigation, our thoughts and prayers go out to the student’s family, friends, and everyone affected by this tragedy.”

Anyone with information or video they believe is pertinent to this inquiry is asked to contact the Braintree Police Detective Division at 781-794-8620 or the Norfolk State Police Detectives Unit at 781-830-4990.

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